Bangladesh Tigers Record Win Against Australia

Bangladesh has a record winning record against Australia. Bangladesh got a huge victory of 60 runs by beating the Aussies by 62 runs. However, Mushfiqur Rahim-led Bangladesh won the T20 by scoring 190 runs against Ireland in 2012.

Australia was bowled out for 72 in 13.4 overs after losing wickets at regular intervals from the start of the innings after batting at the target of 123 in the last T20 of the five-match series against the Aussies. Australia lost wickets in the second over of the innings. In the first ball of his first over, Nasum Ahmed broke the opening pair of Aussies by dismissing Dan Christian for 3 runs.

Earlier, in the third match of the series, the left-arm spinner broke the opening pair by dismissing Australian captain Matthew Wade for just six runs. Mitchell Marsh was Nasum's second victim for 17 runs in 3.5 overs. Nasum did not allow the star batsman, who had scored 45, 45, 51, and 11 runs in the previous four matches of the series, to score more than 4 runs on the day.

Mohammad Saifuddin's injury after Nasum Ahmed, Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah Riyadh. Australia lost wickets at regular intervals and dropped out of the match. Earlier, after winning the toss and choosing to bat first, Bangladesh lost 8 wickets and scored 122 runs.

Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyad won the toss and elected to bat first at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Monday. Mehdi Hasan and Naeem Sheikh made a good start by batting. Mehdi Hasan, who opened the innings with a promotion, returned to the dressing room with 42 runs in 4.3 overs. The all-rounder made 13 off 12 balls before returning to the dressing room.

Another opener Mohammad Naeem also returned with 57 runs. He returned with 23 runs off 23 balls with one four and one six. Shakib Al Hasan LBW by Adam Jumper just 3 runs after Naeem was dismissed. The all-rounder got a chance to score 11 runs off 20 balls. After Shakib was out, captain Mahmudullah Riyad returned for 84 runs. Before returning to the dressing room, he made 19 runs off 14 balls with one six. After Riyadh was out, Soumya Sarkar, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Afif Hossain, and Mohammad Saifuddin returned with 34 runs.

It was not possible to make a respectable score as the Tiger batsmen took part in the procession. The hosts lost 8 wickets and scored 122 runs. Nathan Ellis and Dan Christian took two wickets each for Australia. Asthon Turner, Asthon Agar, and Adam Jampa took one wicket each.

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